This one day program will help leaders create a vision and understanding for how they can link their manufacturing excellence programs with environmental sustainability and move beyond compliance towards becoming a truly
The program includes an overview and an awareness session by an
international facilitator, combined with a practical on-site visit and discussion of ?where-to?.
Participants will complete a self-assessment and discuss specifific actions that can lead their organisation towards future sustainability goals and outcomes.
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Gary Langenwalter is based in Portland Oregon, the epicentre of the sustainability movement.
Gary has been an environmental enthusiast since the 7th grade, his commitment to sustainability as a way of operating an organization is internationally acclaimed.
Gary is the author of four books, including The Squeeze, a novel approach to business sustainability. An authority in Lean Manufacturing, organization change and sustainable manufacturing Gary has led hundreds of classes, both locally and internationally. He has consulted to RR Donnelley, the US Navy Supply Corps, Hasbro. Gary worked for KPMG, Peat Marwick, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and Unisys.
Has your company has adopted a plan! Do you have an EMS, such as ISO 14001!
How do you move beyond environmental compliance, and into sustainable leadership?
At this workshop we will listen to your own hopes and intentions then together we will translate those into the moves in reaching your goal: the teams, the tasks, the coordination, the metrics. Then together we will identify the probable returns and benefits and weigh the costs and risks.
We use a sustainability assessment tool to help you discover where you truly are.
WE will discuss your existing vision, strategy, structure, policies, processes and practices, and highlight areas where you might want to focus.
WHAT YOU TAKEAWAY
? A signed copy of the Squeeze.
? A set of conference notes which includes a Sustanable Organisation stages of implementation and readiness guide.
? Guidelines and checklists to help direct and maintain improvements.
? A self assessment tool.
Key questions business leaders and improvement
champions are asking:
Is the level of consumption of resources in our
Is our Lean Manufacturing program losing momentum?
Do we know our Triple Bottom Line?
Is the level of consumption of resources in your organisation sustainable?
This is more than topical, for some organisations this question alone is critical to ongoing
business survival. The Sustainable Organisation is more than an ultruistic ?feelgood?
goal, it is a sharp-edged business imperative.
Is your Lean Manufacturing program losing momentum?
Excellence programs have focussed primarily on the elimination of waste from our
Lean manufacturing programs can be expanded to include
sustainability themes, and equally the tools and techniques of lean manufacturing can
be adapted and applied to sustainability improvement projects.
Do you know your Triple Bottom Line?
The business case for the ?Sustainable Organisation? is best understood by measuring
the Triple Bottom Line. A lean philosophy looks mostly at the bottom line while
sustainability adds two bottom lines ? people and planet. Sustainability also embraces
the three Rs ? respect, relationship and responsibility. Improvement begins by
measuring your current state performance.